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Archive for April, 2014

Woewiyu breaks silence - Alarms at "extravangant salaries"

Woewiyu breaks silence – Alarms at "extravangant salaries"

– Analyst               Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu has broken silence after a long time of quietude on the political landscape of Liberia, alarming at what he called extravagant salaries of public officials which has led to the poor performance of the economy. Warning the government is looking for trouble if it continues to pay extravagant salaries to […]

Woewiyu breaks silence - Alarms at "extravangant salaries"

Woewiyu breaks silence – Alarms at “extravangant salaries”

– Analyst               Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu has broken silence after a long time of quietude on the political landscape of Liberia, alarming at what he called extravagant salaries of public officials which has led to the poor performance of the economy. Warning the government is looking for trouble if it continues to pay extravagant salaries to […]

Blame Liberian progressives, not "coup makers" for declining political stature

Blame Liberian progressives, not "coup makers" for declining political stature

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh     I believe I am a fairly consistent progressive. I speak and write about progressive issues. I run one of the most politically significant and relevant Liberian websites (The Liberian Dialogue) in modern times since 2002, and I am a lifelong advocate of freedom, multiparty democracy and individual liberties in Liberia. […]

Blame Liberian progressives, not "coup makers" for declining political stature

Blame Liberian progressives, not “coup makers” for declining political stature

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh     I believe I am a fairly consistent progressive. I speak and write about progressive issues. I run one of the most politically significant and relevant Liberian websites (The Liberian Dialogue) in modern times since 2002, and I am a lifelong advocate of freedom, multiparty democracy and individual liberties in Liberia. […]